Exhibitions Archive

From wrestling to reptile blood, you will definitely discover something new in our archive of exhibitions. Take a look and be inspired to develop your photography and enter one of our future competitions. You could appear in this collection in years to come!

 

International Print Exhibition

Having a print selected for the International Print Exhibition offers great exposure for photographers just starting out in their careers as well as professionals, and gives enthusiasts well deserved recognition. If you would like the chance to be part of a touring show, submit work to the next competition and you could become part of the world’s longest running print exhibition! Entry opens to both RPS members and non-members in December.

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International Images for Science

Packed with intriguing and awe inspiring imagery, the International Images for Science Exhibition showcases the vast range of applications of photography within modern-day science. Bringing this material into public view, this exhibition allows us to see that these images are not only important for science, but are often beautiful and fascinating works of art in their own right.

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International Images for Screen

The International Images for Screen Exhibition celebrates photography and image work from across the globe. Recognised by the Photographic Society of America (PSA) successful entrants can count their acceptances for the purpose of PSA stars and honours.

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Members Biennial

RPS members have the chance to showcase their photographic work online and in print by entering the Members' Biennial. Nearly 9,000 images were entered by over 1,000 RPS members worldwide for the 2013 Exhibition which toured the UK until April 2014.

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Celebrate a Summer of Sport

The RPS celebrated the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with an international online photography competition - Celebrate a Summer of Sport, which was awarded the London 2012 'Inspire Mark'. Split into two stages, Sport for All and Spirit of the Games ran between Apr-Sept 2012 to encourage people worldwide to record all aspects of sport and play in their countries and communities.

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Drawn by Light exhibition